Despite small budgets and a lack of bona fide star power, the Wayans Brothers have proven to be one of the most commercially successful... Read More
Despite small budgets and a lack of bona fide star power, the Wayans Brothers have proven to be one of the most commercially successful comedy teams in the Hollywood of the early 2000s. The brothers rose to fame in the 1990s via the IN LIVING COLOR sketch television show and later the gross-out satire-lite of the SCARY MOVIE series. Similar to their 2004 movie WHITE CHICKS--about two undercover black police officers posing as rich white girls--2006's LITTLE MAN is a raunchy crime caper that likewise uses a grotesque fish-out-of-water scenario as its comedic focal point. Marlon Wayans plays the diminutive and unquestionably weird-looking jewel thief who poses as a toddler in order to retrieve a diamond he hid with the childless-but-trying couple Daryl and Vanessa (played by Shawn Wayans and Kerry Washington). Hilarity ensues as the movie runs wild with a slew of breastfeeding jokes, crotch shots, and scatological humor that recognizes no boundaries. When Calvin's boss, Walken (Chazz Palminteri), tracks do... Minimize
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5 Reviews from Epinions.com
Jun 29, 2007
He's a Little Man With a Big Bite!! Shawn and Marlon Are At it Again!!
Pros: Great fun and family entertainment! Marlon and Shawn Wayans Shine!!
Cons: None that I can think of.
This movie is one of the Wayans Brothers' best! You'll laugh until your sides ache!! Read More at Epinions.com
Nov 16, 2006
Little Man Tops it off
Pros: Funny Actors, From the Creators of White Chicks.
Cons: Some parts could of been left out.
The movie is hilarious, and is a great show to watch with friends. Read More at Epinions.com
Jun 13, 2007
Little Man with a big package
Cons: was slow at times Read More at Epinions.com
Nov 11, 2007
Im Going to Hell Im Going to Hell Im Going to Hell
Pros: Surprisingly funny, most of the cast, premise
Cons: Some bits dont work, Shannon, Palminteri, premise
Hardly a refined, intellectually-minded comedy, but stupid is as stupid does, and this is stupidly funny stuff for those in the mood. Read More at Epinions.com